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Off-leash
Summary: West Vancouver off leash park and trails. Bordering on the power lines and the Baden Powell Trail, the trails run through a heavily forested area. Parking is limited. […]
Off-leash
Summary: With the exception of the beach and picnic areas, which are clearly marked, dogs are welcome off-leash at Beaver Lake Regional Park. The park has long easy trails where you can take a stroll with your dog and several areas where your dog can cool down with a swim in the lake. […]
Off-leash
Summary: It’s all downhill from here …. it’s an easy 2 km from the parking lot down to the water but you will fell your legs burning a little on the way back. There’s a nice little bay at the end of the trail for your dog to play and swim and the creek flowing into it provides some fresh drinking water. […]
Off-leash
Summary: Capilano Regional Park is a large park featuring multiple trail systems, some of which are off-leash. It’s a great place to go for a hike with your dog! Oh, and the Cleveland Dam is pretty amazing too! […]
Off-leash
Summary: Clayton Dog Off-leash Park is a very large, fully fenced enclosure. It has some open grassy areas at the front and some trails through the woods at the back. It also has a small dog enclosure, running water and plenty of parking. […]
Off-leash
Summary: The off-leash dog park includes the entire upper lake (above the dam). The closest parking is a small lot off Nanaimo Lakes Road. We really enjoyed this park because it gave us a chance to stretch our legs on the 0.8km trail around the lake and it gave Avy lots of opportunities to swim. […]
Off-leash
Summary: This section of the Coquitlam River Trail is an easy hike up to a beautiful waterfall (Crystal Falls). Dog friendly and mostly flat the downside is that the trail can be VERY muddy several months of the year and there is the occasional small stream crossing to tiptoe through. This trailhead is on Karley Crescent. […]
Off-leash
Summary: Pitt Meadows has designated 2 sections of the dike on the east bank of the Pitt River as off-leash. The wide gravel trails are between 1 and 5 km’s long and enjoy lovely views of the river and mountains. Check out the Pitt Meadows brochure for more information and a trail map: […]
Off-leash
Summary: Pitt Meadows has designated 2 sections of the dike on the east bank of the Pitt River as off-leash. The wide gravel trails are between 1 and 5 km’s long and enjoy lovely views of the river and mountains. Check out their brochure for more information and a trail map: […]
Off-leash
Summary: West Vancouver off leash dog park. A picturesque park located in West Vancouver, B.C. featuring short off leash trails (about 10 minutes in any direction) where you can wander with your dog.  There are paths to explore, mini waterfalls and lots of areas for your dog to play. […]